College is an experience that will shape you. You’ll discover what you like and don’t. You'll learn where the world needs your talents.

As a student in Colorado State University's College of Business, you can connect with others, grow your skills, and learn from peers and working professionals by joining one of our many clubs and orgs.
 

Association for Operations Management (APICS), CSU Supply Chain Management

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Learn about and network in the business and supply chain management field via events and educational opportunities. You may join at any point throughout the year.

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Beta Alpha Psi

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Learn about the practice and study of accounting and develop a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibilities in this national honor society and professional accounting fraternity. Open to undergraduate accounting, computer information systems, and finance majors.

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Beta Gamma Sigma

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Get connected to an online global network of top students from around the world in the official honor society for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). You may enter by invitation only, which comes by email to juniors, seniors, and graduate students with records of excellent character and academic success.

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Business Diversity and Leadership Alliance (BDLA)

Open To:
Undergraduate Students

Develop diversity smarts and leadership skills and help create a sense of community at the College of Business. Organize activities and events that support the college's goals of retention, recruitment, and diversity.

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Career Management Center Student Advisory Board

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Provide ideas and feedback to the Career Management Center. Help develop communication and collaboration efforts and work to enhance the center's resources and events.

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Computer Information Systems (CIS) Club

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Be an integral part of the information technology and computer management community. Take part in speaker events, workshops, community service, and company tours.

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Dean’s Student Leadership Council (DSLC)

Open To:
Undergraduate Students

Be a liaison between the student body and the dean, and help put on events throughout the year that enhance the students' collegiate experience. Take part in professional development opportunities, build relationships with the College of Business community, and network with donors, alumni, and local business professionals.

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DECA

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Get hands-on business experience, networking opportunities, and leadership development with other students who have a strong interest in business-related careers. Host and participate in competitions, conferences, workshops, and community projects.

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Delta Sigma Pi (DSP)

Open To:
Undergraduate Students

Participate in fundraising, community service, and professional and social events in this co-educational professional business fraternity that encourages scholarship, social activity, and association for mutual advancement through research and practice.

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Entrepreneurship Club

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Learn about the process of starting and running a new business through hands-on activities and guest speakers. Improve your experience, exposure to, and understanding of entrepreneurial principles and practices.

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Finance Club

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Get help building a professional résumé, preparing for interviews, and locating jobs within the various realms of finance. Attend lectures from finance specialists and take part in networking opportunities.

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Global Business Network

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Develop international business skills and etiquette with international and domestic students. Learn from guest speakers from around the world, take part in international networking, and participate in multicultural workshops that increase awareness of global business issues.

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Marketing Association

Open To:
Undergraduate Students

Get valuable marketing-related experiences, opportunities, and knowledge. The association will help you explore alternative marketing career paths including: customer service experience management; marketing research and data analytics; strategic marketing; business-to-business selling; and marketing communications and branding.

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Mentoring Program

Open To:
Undergraduate Students

Get help making your way through your first year at college, or help a new student make that adjustment. First-year students connect one-on-one with current juniors and seniors in the College of Business who provide friendship and help with the social and academic transition from high school to college.

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Net Impact Club

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Learn how to use your career to drive transformational change in the workplace and the world in this international nonprofit organization.

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Professional Accounting Society

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

If you're not yet eligible for Beta Alpha Psi, the Professional Accounting Society (PAS) is your pathway into it and into a community of accounting students and professionals.

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Real Estate Club

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Enhance your understanding of the real estate industry and network with professionals who can help you secure internships and jobs. Take part in guest lectures, conferences, and seminars to hone your skills for a real estate career.

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Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE)

Open To:
Undergraduate Students

Take part in activities that encourage and recognize academic achievement and that promote cooperation between the academic and practical aspects of management in this national honor society. Listen to guest speakers, go on tours, and host banquets that facilitate contact with professional managers.

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Society of Human Resource Management

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Learn more about the field of human resources and have opportunities to gain HR experience through internships, job shadowing, and projects. Take part in bi-monthly meetings featuring HR professionals and guest speakers.

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Student Center for the Public Trust (SCPT)

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Develop a real awareness of ethical issues in this national organization that promotes ethical thinking in the developing character and conscience of students. Take part in events featuring successful business professionals discussing ethical business conduct and ethical dilemmas.

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Summit Fund

Open To:
Undergraduate Students

Get significant professional experience by managing an actual investment fund, valued at approximately $250,000, in this College of Business course (FIN496). You also will have opportunities to network with investment professionals.

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Valuing Innovative Performance (VIP) Management Club

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Develop and strengthen your leadership skills and abilities with a group that values academic excellence and leadership. You will have opportunities to network with other members, faculty, community members, and business professionals.

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Venture Accelerator

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students
Alumni

Get hands-on entrepreneurship training, advising, and mentoring for your venture. Select entrepreneurs from any of CSU's colleges are coached for nine months on developing a viable idea and better positioning it for a successful launch. Open to students as well as alumni within 12 months of graduation. You must apply and be selected to participate.

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Women In Business Association (WIBA)

Open To:
Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Learn more about gender-related topics and the dynamic role of women in today's business environment. You may plan or take part in presentations, workshops, hands-on projects, philanthropy, and field trips while connecting with a network of prominent local women.

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